Hola Pat from the warm and balmy mountains of West Virginia -- a cool 20 degrees here, far better, I am sure than where you are curled up with a good book--hopefully mine. Your wife appears a prize for you as well. Wonderful to hear from you on Crimespace. I am curious. Since we are corresponding here, does that mean we are "already" linked and friends or do I have to do something more? I have a click button that says I have 13 friend request but the darn thing won't open for me. If you've any insigts, let me know. I will be tripping off to Love is Murder in a couple of weeks. City of the Absent just came out and rec'd a rave review in the Chicago Tribune. You were among the first to see the value of this series, and for that I say you are a prophet. Sadly, sales have not kept abreast of the highest acclaim I have ever enjoyed. Maybe if I win a Lovey at LIM that might translate well. At any rate, on to some new projects. Am wondering about pitching an anthology on Crime Makes You Stupid the World Around, but it is just in the think-tank stage. It would combine an international array of authors with the theme of crime and humor. How Crime makes one stupid.
I am going to pitch the idea to Bleak House at LIM. You on board? Think Ken Bruen would be interested as well?
Hi Robert, thanks for adding me. I am a lover of short stories, so will check out your blog when I get a moment. I am planing an anthology of short stories for next year, and am hoping that there is indeed an audience out there. I am sure there must be.